|Various Artists - Onward - Various Artists|
Split release between Adhesion, Ashrilyn, Mr Truffle, and Scrap Heap. As we edge into winter, a message of hope and trepidation.
Keywords: Techno; Ambient
|Lee Rosevere - Four Reasons - Lee Rosevere|
Oceanbase is proud to present you with the latest by prolific Canadian composer Lee Rosevere. Four Reasons is a series of quiet, relatively long works you can immerse yourself in, great for meditating or quiet concentration. Although we have delved into restrained material before, this is our first entirely ambient release. Lee Rosevere is quite the experienced artist, having released on WM Recordings, Proc-Records, Enough Records, Test Tube, and his own Happy Puppy...
Keywords: minimal; ambient; meditative
|One Man's Hat - Praise - One Man's Hat|
We're pleased to bring you this sweet EP from One Man's Hat. It's a fun ride all the way through, starting with the synth-funk "Foreign", followed by two outstanding ambient tracks, moving upbeat with the euphoric "Le cacao m'a aidé";, and concluding energically with the big-beat "Praise". Don't forget to turn your volume up to hear the music in all its dynamic glory!
Keywords: breaks; big beat; electronic; synth funk; ambient
|Various Artists - Repeat-a-Beat Remix - Various Artists|
Oceanbase's inaugural release collects a number of remixes and arrangements of "Repeat-a-Beat", a song made back in 1999 by our own Ashrilyn, then known as MTails. Darknux presents a blended acoustic/electronic feeling, while Scrap Heap and MTails set an unmistakably synthetic stage. Latino Keno concludes the release with an uneasy ambient take sure to leave you with a chill.
Keywords: remix; compilation; electronic; beat-oriented; ambient; public domain
|Scrap Heap - System That Often Fails - Scrap Heap|
We present to you a brand new album by Scrap Heap. The first songs start on a deep, dark, and melodious tone, culminating in the epic Lock Me Up. Starting with track 4, the emphasis shifts to some adventurous but minimalistic electronic industrial, which especially rewards headphone listening. You are definitely going to want to check this out, as this is some of Scrap Heap's finest work to date.
Keywords: electronic; experimental; industrial; noise; ambient; djembe; jaw harp; album-a-day; oceanbase